To increase value for our customers through the appropriate use of computer technology.
Doesn't say much does it? Well, trying to sum up your ideas into a trite little mission statement inevitably leads to something generic sounding. Even if the words are carefully chosen, which they were. So lets try to dissect it a bit to see if we can get the point across. This is a bottom-up explanation, starting from the right.
computer technology often means software (we are first and foremost a software company, after all), of either the pre-built or custom programmed variety. However implementing a computer system requires knowledge of hardware, software, and configuration. Our goal is to provide a solution, and although our emphasis is on software, we also seek to provide IT services (software installation & configuration) and hardware setup. Inevitably unless you are a large company with a fleet of IT professionals (we aren't), even if your emphasis is on software development (it is) you get a bit of "hands on" in other areas (we have). This knowledge of the overall workings of a system, in addition to being useful on its own, also influences how we build solutions.
appropriate use sets forth a straightforward goal of using the best tool for the job. Best does not equate to newest, or trendiest, but the best. "Oldies but goodies" get equal consideration with "latest and greatest". After all, being on the bleeding edge isn't appropriate for everyone.
increase value for our customers simply put, means at the end of the day, the products & services we provide should be valuable. Ideally, they are measurably valuable, but that can be difficult. At the very least, there should be a noticeable difference or improvement.